We’re having our first brush with spring in Melbourne this weekend (and rightly so since it’s September 1st), so I felt that an all-white ensemble might be a lovely way to celebrate the less gloomy weather.
All white everything clinical minimalism is having a moment thanks to dedicated bloggers like Ivania of Love Aesthetics, but the simplified (and often almost boxy) structures of garments popularised in this genre don’t seem to quite suit my style. Instead I’ve made sure to keep my interpretation as deconstructed as possible via my beloved complexgeometries tunic.
Serendipitously, as I was writing up this post I jumped over to another (usually all-black everything like myself) of my favourite blogs – The Divinitus – to discover she too was championing an all-white deconstructed ensemble of her own in her latest post.
My Tabi boots don’t ever seem to stay done up. I have the version with the traditional Japanese tab closure (not a zipper) and the clips just slip out of the elastics within minutes. If my ankle were wider the girth might put more pressure on the tabs to help keep them closed but nothing else I try seems to work. The supple leather moulds to my feet with ease so I don’t feel that there’s any threat to them slipping off as I walk. The more I wear them, the more nonchalant I am about this fact; and as time goes on I actually find myself enjoying this strange side effect of the way the boots close.
Does anybody have any advice on how to position my camera on it’s tripod to keep my background straight? No matter how I position the camera it seems to warp behind me.